|Lisa Zigler||RE: Delia Eslick|
I would love that! Please do send me an invitation, I can't wait to see what you've found!
Added by Lisa Zigler on Sep 21, 2013 8:45 PM
|Lisa Zigler||Delia Eslick|
Hello! My great great grandfather was Jasper Newton Eslick, born in Moore County, Tennessee in 1872. I am working on tracing that line and saw your page. If you have info on Ancestry.com, I would love to see it, if you'd rather not, I completely understand but wanted to say hi to a possible relative!
Added by Lisa Zigler on Sep 21, 2013 7:55 PM
|Gloria Barnes||RE: Griggs|
Your welcome. Gloria
Added by Gloria Barnes on Aug 07, 2013 7:34 AM
|Grady Owens||RE: William T. Owens|
I do thank you for the effort; that really is a lot more legible! Unfortunately, it looks like I was barking up the entirely wrong tree there. Still, thank you!
Added by Grady Owens on Jul 31, 2013 8:50 PM
|Diona Dickerson||RE: Davis headstones|
You are very welcome! So glad I was able to help :)
Added by Diona Dickerson on Jul 09, 2013 4:06 PM
|Elizabeth ||RE: Bettye Eslick Stephens|
Jack, Your very welcome. I was happy to add it. Just passing it forward. God Bless, Elizabeth
Added by Elizabeth on Jun 22, 2013 4:47 PM
|Tracy Hill||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for transferring A.B. Hawk's memorial to me. I really appreciate it, and also that you created it in the first place.
Added by Tracy Hill on Jun 22, 2013 8:02 AM
|Carol Payne||Andrew "Andy" Cashion phoro request|
I also live in middle Tennessee and I was looking at the Renegar Cemetery and noticed you had a request for Andy Cashion's marker. The problem is it had fallen over and broken in half and I dug both halves out of the ground and stood them up against each other. They're too heavy for me to epoxy them back together as I did Ann Renegar's marker. It's a lot heavier marker. If you would like to accompany me to the cemetery and help with the marker, that would be great. I have some pics of his marker which I'm sending from an old computer with XP. I have a new computer with Window8 which is a learning experience.
Carol Petty Payne
Added by Carol Payne on Jun 21, 2013 3:42 PM
Lee Guess was born on April 5, 1890 according to his death record. Thanks Again, Boo Boo Crying
Added by BooBooCrying on Jun 19, 2013 12:09 PM
Lee Guess was born in Stevenson, Alabama according to his death record. Please add this to the memorial, Thanks, Boo Boo Crying
Added by BooBooCrying on Jun 19, 2013 12:04 PM
|L Weems-Hyatt||RE: Gass|
It's possible the Guess is a Gass. Always makes it fun trying to track down a family member when they change the spelling of their last name. I have a LOT of family buried in Franklin county, TN and also in Jackson County, AL. (Stephens/Stevens, Gamble, Tankersley, Gass, still trying to figure out who a lot of the women in the family married...)
Added by L Weems-Hyatt on Jun 12, 2013 10:10 AM
|Debbie Cromwell||F. M. Dabney|
Year of birth & death is 1846.
Thanks again for all of the Dabney photos!
Added by Debbie Cromwell on Jun 01, 2013 9:18 AM
|Debbie Cromwell||Dabney Cemetery|
I am so excited to see the headstone pictures you took of the Dabney family. I was in Tennessee in 2002 & tried to find that cemetery and couldn't. Thanks for all of your hard work.
Added by Debbie Cromwell on Jun 01, 2013 12:39 AM
Thank you very much for the transfers!
Added by L Weems-Hyatt on May 20, 2013 6:03 AM
|L Weems-Hyatt||RE: Gass family|
I would love to have them. Thank you!
Added by L Weems-Hyatt on May 06, 2013 6:10 AM
|D & J Cloninger||RE: McKinnon headstones|
You are more than welcomed. It is our pleasure to be able to fulfill headstone requests and hopefully this year we will be able to do it a little more.
Added by D & J Cloninger on Apr 12, 2013 10:30 AM
|Angie Hood||going to try again|
Thanks for your message. A local researcher told me after my visit to the cemetery last Sunday for me to check a book in our local library on the cemetery, that your ancestor tombstone was listed in the book as buried on row one. I didn't see it on row one in person, but I am happy to check out the book and try again. I will let you know what I find.
Added by Angie Hood on Apr 12, 2013 8:16 AM
|Angie Hood||Merrimack Cemetery|
Hi, I visited Merrimack today to try to fulfill your photo request but could not find the grave for Wilburn Easlic. I am new to Find A Grave and wanted to pay forward the help I have received. So many of the markers have lost their carver from the elements.The cemetery does need some loving car to right the stones that have fallen over and been eroded.
There is also a link to a story about the cemetery here
Just as I was arriving at the cemetery on Clopton Street I heard a gunshot. Soon the sirens were wailing, and from the cemetery I saw the ambulance, police cars and fire truck race by. Right next oor to the cemetery are some apartments and there one man shot another in the foot and the shooter ran away. Such was my first effort to help another family researcher!
Added by Angie Hood on Apr 07, 2013 10:47 PM
|Nancy Cornelius||Cooper Family at Memory Hill|
The 3 on the other side of the stone has Harry and Buna Ruth Cooper, and Jewell Lola Lambert Jackson. I believe Jewell may be Buna's daughter. Not any of these 3 people are posted on find a grave. If you would like these memorials to manage( or even the others), in each edit ask for a transfer. That way you can edit your memorials as you need.
Added by Nancy Cornelius on Mar 12, 2013 2:41 PM
|Nancy Cornelius||Coopers at Memory Hill|
I finally found them. They were a block futher up. Big cemetery, and with no record... just set out walking. Not for sure who the other Cooper was. The headstone will be marked with location and the 7 people that share this stone. Take Care and have a Blessed day. Nancy
Added by Nancy Cornelius on Mar 12, 2013 2:13 PM
|Nancy Cornelius||Dora and Emond Cooper|
I need a little help. I do not find a record for this couple in the cemetery. Now that I have said that.... I found a Cooper headstone with no names on the stone nor any footstones. The footstones could be covered up with dirt and grass, but did not find any obvious sign of them. On the other side of this Cooper headstone is the name Kellett.... Mammie Dobbs and Fred Kellett is what is on the footstones. He died in 1947 and she died in 1982. Do these names ring any bells? Fred bought several plots, so I am told, just do not know who they are all for. Apparently at least 1 is a Cooper, and more than likely there are 2 Coopers there. The gentleman that posted this grave states the stone had name inscribed, so I think those stones are buried fairly deep if this is the right Cooper headstone. Thanks, Nancy Cornelius
Added by Nancy Cornelius on Mar 07, 2013 2:40 PM
|Judyanne Waters||RE: Cornelison, LeVan and Brown|
So glad to be able to assist you. Let me know if you find others to transfer to you. Judy
Added by Judyanne Waters on Mar 01, 2013 1:13 PM
|Wendy Way||RE: Briscoe|
Jack you are welcome. Glad I could take them for you.
Added by Wendy Way on Feb 19, 2013 4:19 PM
|Gail A||Richard Bailey|
Thanks for the correction on Mr. Bailey's date of birth.
Added by Gail A on Feb 15, 2013 8:32 AM
|Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey||Hi|
Your very welcome , and thanks for the compliment, I sure wish I will be able to transfer all the interments to their rightfull familys before I meet my maker in the future tho.
Have a good Happy Valentines Day and rest of the week friend ,
And good luck with your searching.
Added by Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey on Feb 14, 2013 1:23 PM